Jab live on a homestead, which he hunted his meals everyday, and eat from the earth every night, Jab is a true American. His great grandparents came from the ghetto’s of the worst part of England three generations ago. Went west in the time that the country said “go west, young man, go west,” and On his way west found him a piece of land fenced it off and took ownership, three generations later it belongs to Jab and his family. Jab actual name Jebbediah P. MacArthur and his father named him after his great grandfather, Jebbediah G. MacArthur, he was the first and original American that came from the old country. Jab is a forty with a wife Irene and three children: Jeb junior, Mary, and little Timmy, He has been living on this piece of property all his life: he was born in the house, his great grandpa built, Married in the barn, that his grandpa built, and farmed the land that he and his father plowed, as they rotated the crops three time a year. So he is very close to his roots and very indebted to his family, he people and his land. We can call him a gun touting, boot wearing, red-blood American man that, like his father said: :”If you want my gun , you have to pry it out of my cold dead hands.” He was even home schooled in the schoolhouse his father and uncles build, as his father would say “only stone throw from the family farm,” that is two miles from there house. He couldn’t attend college because right out of high school, he had to take over the farm from his ailing father, and he said to his dad: “I’m very happy to be useful.” Now after thirty years he feels great and privileged, as he is carrying home a deer he shot and gutted on his land.
Michael is a condo owner, and today like every day he walking through the neighborhood grocery, looking for that fresh salmon his wife likes. After finishing the list he called his wife to confirm if that’s all she need from the store. Micheal is born: Micheal Johnson, and his family also came from England, in the rustic city called Berkshire and town called Thatcham, he didn’t learn this from his great grandfather because he has become senile, and very ornery in his old age. So it was really hard to sit-down and have a nice conversation with him.
Micheal is the third generation in America, and truly a yuppie: a young person with a well-paid job and a fashionable lifestyle. His Great-grandfather came from England to America by way of Ellis Island and “scrapped and saved,” until he could by his a small store front, and it became the biggest English bakery in the Brooklyn, working saving enough so that his grand father could go to college and then law-school. Three years later, he set out his shingle as the first family lawyer and twenty years later became the top lawyer at the family owned: Johnson and Johnson Law Firm, addressed in Manhattan, New York.
That where Micheal works as third years partner but one of the youngest lawyers in the firm. Micheal has been married to a women named Mary for 15 years, he has three children named: Micheal Jr, Meredith, and Mandarin, keeping with the M theme. Throughout his education Micheal had gone to all the most impressive elementary, middle and high schools and hails from Princeton per-law and Yale law school, in which he Graduated Magna Cum Laude. Daydreaming as he stands in front of the cash register finishing his shopping, after this he will picking up the bread at his parents bakery, in Brooklyn he will be on his way home to have Friday night dinner with the family.
Monday, morning five am, Micheal grabs the phone, with a angry “Hello!!!” and he hears: “Micheal?” “Can you talk?” “Something serious came up, and we need you in the office as soon as possible,” without a word, Micheal set up, go up, kissed his wife and left for the office, with a curious look on his face. The office was packed with partners and lawyers all around the conference table, and secretaries and assistance standing in the back of the very large room. Then the presiding partner, His father spoke, “Whatever cases you are dealing with will be put on the back-burner, and one of the most impressive junior partner will take all those cases,” “is that clear?” The entire room, all said in unison yes!!! “OK we have a huge case that can across my desk at twelve O’clock, last night,” Is anyone familiar with the MacArthur case? Micheal said yes, I am,” “Isn’t that the case with the rural shooting where the townee gets killed?” His father said “yes” “well its has gone from a cases of mistaken Identity to a gun control case.
Micheal left the office without saying a word to anyone, he started reading through the document and the transcript of the case, Micheal realized that the actual case of mistaken Identity was over and Mr. MacArthur was found not guilty. However the new case was brought by Mr. MacArthur and the victims family, because MacArthur believes that the gun company: Smith and Wesson was negligent, in the creation of the weapon, the N.R.A. was negligent for promoting and advertising this weapon as the “Weapon Of The Year” in their magazines, and the Trigger Enhancement Company, was negligent for making the trigger mechanism unreliable. The one nagging thing that bothered Micheal was, why did Mr. MacArthur pick our small law firm to represent him and the victim’s family?….
He didn’t let that bother him, he went straight to work and set up his research points: 1. Look at the :History of Smith & Wesson, and The N.R.A., 2.What is the The Trigger Enhancement Company? and The specifications the New Trigger and what makes it reliable or unreliable? and lastly for his own personal curiosity, Why did the plaintiff pick us?
- HISTORY OF SMITH & WESSON
Horace Smith and Daniel Baird Wesson formed a partnership in 1852 to manufacture a firearm that could fire a fully self-contained cartridge. From the beginning, Smith & Wesson® firearms were noted for their innovative design, high quality production and reliability. The accomplishments of Smith & Wesson are numerous and its contributions to the history of firearms are vast. Smith & Wesson was an industry leader in 1852 when it was first founded and continues to lead the world today with innovations into the 21st century. (www.smith-wesson.com)Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson founded the Smith & Wesson Company in Norwich, Connecticut in 1852 to develop the Volcanic rifle. Smith developed a new Volcanic Cartridge, which he patented in 1854. The Smith & Wesson Company was renamed Volcanic Repeating Arms in 1855, and was purchased by Oliver Winchester. Smith left the company and returned to his native Springfield, Massachusetts, while Wesson stayed on as plant manager with Volcanic Repeating Arms.As Samuel Colt‘s patent on the revolver was set to expire in 1856, Wesson began developing a prototype for a cartridge revolver. His research pointed out that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a “Bored-through” cylinder, a component he would need for his invention. Wesson reconnected with Smith and the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.Rather than make White a partner in their company, Smith and Wesson paid him a royalty of $0.25 on every revolver that they made. It would become White’s responsibility to defend his patent in any court cases which eventually led to his financial ruin, but was very advantageous for the new Smith & Wesson Company.(Wikipedia) 2. The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) is an American nonprofit organization which advocates for gun rights. Founded in 1871, the group has informed its members about firearm-related bills since 1934, and it has directly lobbied for and against legislation since 1975. It also claims to be the oldest continuously operating civil rights organization in the United States.Founded to advance rifle marksmanship, the modern NRA continues to teach firearm competency and safety. It instructs civilians and law enforcement, youths and adults, in various programs. The organization also publishes several magazines and sponsors competitive marksmanship events. Membership surpassed 5 million in May 2013.Observers and lawmakers see the NRA as one of the top three most influential lobbying groups in Washington, DC. Over its history the organization has influenced legislation, participated in or initiated lawsuits, and endorsed or opposed various candidates. 3. Trigger Control Technics 90 is the magic number
Your finger should make 90 degree angles with the rifle. This will ensure that you pull the trigger straight back and don’t send the bullet veering off to the left or right. If you jack the trigger even slightly to the left or right it will send your bullet off target horizontally. The best way to make sure that you’re at 90 is to look at your finger nail and make sure it is pointing perpendicular to the direction you’re shooting and stays that way after the shot.Dry fire is your friend
Dry firing is free, easy and essential to better shooting. Get behind your rifle, aim it at the target and squeeze the trigger like normal. This will allow you to truly analyze your form without having to worry about recoil. It’s also a good way to get familiar with your trigger and keep you from flinching.Don’t slap it
We’ve all been there: there’s no rock solid rest, the target is in the scope but the crosshairs are moving in small circles on and off the target. There’s no time to get a better rest, it’s now or never. The natural thing to do is wait until the crosshairs hover back over the target and then jump on the trigger. This will generally work for close range shots, but if you want to go deep you need to keep your trigger squeeze consistent just like if you were shooting from the bench. This is where all that practice dry firing comes in. By now you know exactly when your trigger will fire. Time your squeeze so that it will fire just as your crosshairs cover the bullseye.Don’t let it surprise you
Old wisdom says that you should squeeze the trigger until it goes off and the shot should surprise you. According to Bynum, this is what you tell a kid who just started shooting in order to keep him from flinching before the shot. A really good marksman knows exactly when his gun is going to fire and is ready for the recoil but doesn’t flinch in anticipation of it.
This is what I spent three days working on. Pulling the trigger and holding it through the shot. It’s easy to let your finger jump off the trigger or hook around the trigger so your finger nail is pointing back toward you instead of perpendicular. The best advice I got on this was from Brent Wheat, a veteran police officer and freelance gun writer: Pull the trigger and mentally count to one before taking your finger off.
…After getting all his research, he went to work trying to come up with a case of negligence, by looking through all the information about the collective and individual Companies. He researched day and night, also working in a “hot-room” which is a question and answer session the partners put together so that they could brain storm with. However the only thing they came up with the hit-room . is the problem with the trigger mechanism, they found out that even if it is use properly. it has intermittent issues because: one in every fifteen shoots will shoot with the slightest amount of presser n the trigger. After finding the trigger company negligent he had to see if The NRA or The Smith & Wesson were negligent too, seeing if they know of any problems and hide the fact of the problem, or misinformed the public, because that would be Neglect!!! And Game over!!!
It was Friday again, and the boss, his father had his weekly update meeting, the meeting was to see if they can bring a case against all three of the entities in the complaint or one or more individual companies in the complaint. So Micheal allow all the other partners go ahead of him, before he gave the fact of his research. Finally they came to Micheal and he used a power point to give a better explanation. After he was finished they knew they had a case and they called all of the defendence to see if they wanted to make a deal or go to trial. All said “No Deal, LET’S Go To Trial!!!”
The first day of the trial Micheal walked into the courtroom, nervous but not afraid and noticed both side had full tables, filled with lawyers, briefs, files, paper and pen, “armed and ready for battle.” The Judge walked in, everybody rose and then was seated, Micheal was asked to give his speech:
There is a arrogance streak when a person who has perceived power and a person with no power, when given a gun, has perceived of power!!! Guns have been known by many names: Apiece, rod, hardware, blaster,equalizer, persuader, and many more. All these name are ones you know that the possessor and owner. is either in charge or in control. So today we have practically the entire gun empire on trial, and What do you think they are going to do? I will tell you, they will defend their guns. so that they can go home with them and feel in control in charge once again. You think they are going to play fair with a instrument that they make and design called a persuader? You think they will just take a backseat in this trial, with a thing called a equalize? or do you think they are going to let us have a easy trial, with the name blaster. So if the “gun empire” use these words and hard line tactic to bully people, we will prove today we will not run away, we will not if not hide we will not let them try to quiet our message. Our message is weapons not manufactured or handle properly are “out of control” and hurt people, and weapon used properly “are in control” and they are safe and they help people. So I saying weapon’s don’t kill people, out of control people and bad manufactured weapons, Kill People. And people with training and in control keep people safe, Finally Lets have self -control and we will have better gun-control!!!